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'She's pretty fearless'

An 8-year-old with limited vision refuses to be limited in life
Published: 05/25/16

House to decide on ban on online eye exams for prescriptions

The South Carolina House will decide whether companies can offer eye prescriptions for glasses and contacts following online exams
Published: 05/19/16

Local patients given gift of sight after corneal transplants

Being able to see the world with new eyes has become a reality for three local people thanks to recently receiving corneal transplants from a specialist in Berkeley County
Published: 05/15/16

Lawsuit: McDonald's toilet paper dispenser caused eye damage

A northern New Mexico woman is suing a Santa Fe McDonald's franchise after she said a toilet paper dispenser fell off a bathroom stall door and slammed into her face
Updated one month ago

Ohio high court: Man can seek damages from Cleveland Indians

Ohio's high court says a New York man who was hit by a foul ball at a baseball game and blinded in one eye can seek damages from the Cleveland Indians
Updated one month ago
Vision-impaired retired doctor works with teacher to sculpt

Vision-impaired retired doctor works with teacher to sculpt

Over a local career of more than 50 years, orthopedic surgeon Dr. Robert Baker fine-tuned his hands for the delicate work that comes with a scalpel. Now retired and vision-impaired, he's able to let his trained hands lead the way in sculpting.
Updated one month ago